When Is High Overhead a Good Thing in Dental Practice Acquisitions?

In one of our recent posts, I talked about how finding the perfect dental practice is nearly impossible. It’s more important to look for practices with good numbers and even better potential. The problem is finding those practices and sorting out the “good” numbers from the not so good, and assessing the potential future performance … Continued →

The Overhead Is In Your Hands: A Guide for New Dental Practice Buyers

In my last post, I discussed a recent and real-life example of a dentist who was understandably put off by the asking price of a practice they were looking at. My advice was not to discount high overhead, it may not be a bad thing for new buyers and different issues that contribute to it … Continued →

Balancing Retirement Planning With College Savings

Do you have kids who are in college or will be in the next few years? If you do, you know that deciding between saving for your own retirement or contributing to your child’s college costs is a tough decision at best. College costs continue to soar, with private universities averaging $35,000 per year for … Continued →

Financial Preparedness and Natural Disasters

Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires, and other severe weather events are happening more often than ever before. Some states are at higher risk than others, like Texas, California, Florida, and Louisiana, but wherever you live, it pays to be prepared. We can’t reliably advise you on how to safeguard your property or family in the event … Continued →

Feeling Good About Personal Finances

Are you satisfied with your personal finances? If you said yes, you’re among millions of other Americans who are feeling good about their current money situation. The American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) calculates the Personal Financial Satisfaction Index (PFSi) each quarter, an economic indicator that measures factors affecting the financial standing of typical … Continued →